Monday, November 26, 2012

Useful Tips on How to Manually Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C in services.exe

Having a hard time to get rid of Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C? Feel totally lost since the Trojan keeps coming back at each restart? This post and the backup Tee Support online tech support team will help you out with manual approach.

Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C Analysis

Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C is detected by Bit Defender as a sophisticated Trojan infection which embeds itself in legitimate Windows system program to hide its presence and perform its tasks smoothly. On some instances, this Trojan may get the affected file to corrupt that may result to system crashes. Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C is created to patch Windows built-in program to to disable security features to successfully carry out its payloads and execute its copy whenever  the patched process is started.

Apart form appending a harmful code on the headers of the infected system file, Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C also communicate with a remote server to fetch other configuration files and update itself. Besides, it's believed that the Trojan may steal confidential information from protection-deficient system for further attack or identity theft. The collected data will be saved as log and forward to remote server via HTTP requesting.

Additionally, Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C is also responsible for multiple malfunction such as failure to turn on Windows firewall and security center. It may also freeze the scanning or malwarebytes or other installed antivirus program. It's also observed to be in close league with Google Redirect Virus which may cause numerous redirect to several spam websites.

Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C is a confirmed threat to both the infected Windows computer and stored files, as well as end users personal information. We highly suggest users completely remove Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C once upon the detection.

Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C Removal Tool

As mentioned above, Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C creates a thread in Windows file, services, c:\windows\system32\services.exe to be specific. Under this circumstance, it may not be deleted or quarantined by antivirus since this is a white-listed file and any improper deletion may cause system crash. it is not advisable to delete, rename or quarantine  the affected legitimate system file on your own either. Thus in order to thoroughly delete Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C, manual removal with expertise skills is required.

Take Below Referential Steps to Manually Remove Trojan.Patched.Sirefef.C

Step 1: Restart the infected computer into safe mode with networking by pressing and holding F8 before Windows launches.

Step 2: Search for and delete its related files in Local Disk C:</pre>
%AppData%\[random name].exe
Step 3: Navigate to remove the registry entries associated as below in Registry Editor:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main\Start Page =
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Classes\CLSID\[random numbers
HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\International\[random]

Notes:  If you are still confused with above procedures, please click here to contact a 24/7 online expert for more details

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